Christmas Collaboration between KU DE TA Perth and Cygnet Bay Pearls

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas….

Starting December 1 through to the 24 there is a very special Christmas collaboration between the stunning riverside restaurant KU DE TA Perth and Cygnet Bay Pearls to raise funds to support the incredibly hard work of Save The Children.

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Save The Children and their efforts to support youths in remote Australian communities is one that is close to the heart of Cygnet Bay Pearl Managing Director, James Brown, who is a third generation pearl farmer and marine biologist. At the recent preview event he spoke passionately about his desire to help the community where he grew up and do what he could to make a difference in these kid’s lives. It was entirely inspiring to hear him speak and clearly this collaboration is one that he is exceptionally excited about.

During December when you visit KU DE TA you’ll have a range of options available to support Save The Children, from special cocktails to three course meals, all with jewellery upgrade options available. On all occasions this will result in a donation to this worthy charity.

KU Dining will be serving a three course pearl inspired menu, with KDT guests having the option of taking home a ‘Kimberley Lily’ lariat pendant or a ‘Kimberley Lily’ ring.

Cygnet Bay Pearls and KU DE TA collaboration for Save The Children
Cygnet Bay Pearls and KU DE TA collaboration for Save The Children

The 3 course menu can be purchased for $150 per person, or with the lariat pendant for $1,500, with $600 going towards Save the Children. Guests can also order the menu with the lariat pendant and ring for $2,145 (max 2 guests) with $920 going towards Save The Children. For more information or to book please click here

A Pink Shinju cocktails will be served in West and The Deck for $20, with the option to also receive a half pearl ‘Mabe’ pendant. The cocktail with the pendant is $240, with $100 going directly to Save the Children. No booking required.

Cygnet Bay Pearls and KU DE TA collaboration for Save The Children
Cygnet Bay Pearls and KU DE TA collaboration for Save The Children

The menu is so inspired. Beautifully presented and expertly capturing the indulgent magic of pearls. If you haven’t eaten pearl meat before this menu is an impressive introduction. From the zesty pearl ceviche in your first course to the tender fried pearl meat in your mains, before the ultimate ode to this lustrous beauties with the completely stunning ‘world’s largest pearl’ dessert.

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It is three courses of deliciousness and so perfectly showcasing pearl and providing the ideal impetus to upgrade and take home some beautiful pearl jewellery. Here are a few photos of the menu:

Entree: Broome pearl ceviche, cauliflower, sweet almond, bonito

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Mains: Ocean trout, seaweed, avocado, fried pearl meat

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Dessert: Lychee, jasmine, champagne – the world’s largest pearl

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So if you are looking for a unique way to spoil your special someone then definitely keep this collaboration in mind. Head to the KU DE TA website for all the booking details.

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Please note: I was the guest of KDT Perth for this event. It was an incredible meal and I hope this collaboration goes well, combining beautiful food and beautiful jewellery and for  such a worth cause. 

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